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I write press releases that read more like interesting editorial articles than a typical press release. This has two advantages. First, people actually read past the first sentence. I know, right? Second, industry pubs have a habit of cutting-and-pasting most of the content into their editorial. I kid you not. From your perspective, it is quite awesome. I don’t get a byline, but such is life. Feel free to ask for a sample.



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No. I can certainly help concept and flesh out PR tactics, but I am not a skilled PR professional. However, if you need one, I can point you in the right direction.

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